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Old March 11th 08, 12:39 PM posted to alt.astronomy
G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_]
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To Ya All It is happening the corot has been launched it will find
planets 1.5 times biggrer than Earth. Even know if they have liquid
water rather than ice,or vapor. What it does as this rock planet
crosses its Sun it will detect the weakening of light. It is built by
the French agency CNES Corot stands for (convection, rotation,and
planetary transits) Very appropriate as to my post Bert+Sunbeam

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Old March 13th 08, 12:28 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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G=EMC^2 Glazier wrote:
To Ya All It is happening the corot has been launched it will find
planets 1.5 times biggrer than Earth. Even know if they have liquid
water rather than ice,or vapor. What it does as this rock planet
crosses its Sun it will detect the weakening of light. It is built by
the French agency CNES Corot stands for (convection, rotation,and
planetary transits) Very appropriate as to my post Bert+Sunbeam


You do a lot of acid in the 80's, Bert?
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Old March 16th 08, 03:22 AM posted to alt.astronomy
Art Deco[_6_]
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ah wrote:

G=EMC^2 Glazier wrote:
To Ya All It is happening the corot has been launched it will find
planets 1.5 times biggrer than Earth. Even know if they have liquid
water rather than ice,or vapor. What it does as this rock planet
crosses its Sun it will detect the weakening of light. It is built by
the French agency CNES Corot stands for (convection, rotation,and
planetary transits) Very appropriate as to my post Bert+Sunbeam


You do a lot of acid in the 80's, Bert?

You do a lot of shrooms in the 70's, Bert?

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Old March 23rd 08, 12:45 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Art Deco wrote:
ah wrote:

G=EMC^2 Glazier wrote:
To Ya All It is happening the corot has been launched it will find
planets 1.5 times biggrer than Earth. Even know if they have liquid
water rather than ice,or vapor. What it does as this rock planet
crosses its Sun it will detect the weakening of light. It is built by
the French agency CNES Corot stands for (convection, rotation,and
planetary transits) Very appropriate as to my post Bert+Sunbeam


You do a lot of acid in the 80's, Bert?

You do a lot of shrooms in the 70's, Bert?

You do a lot of MDA in the 60's, Bert?
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Old March 23rd 08, 02:30 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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ah wrote:
Art Deco wrote:
ah wrote:

G=EMC^2 Glazier wrote:
To Ya All It is happening the corot has been launched it will find
planets 1.5 times biggrer than Earth. Even know if they have liquid
water rather than ice,or vapor. What it does as this rock planet
crosses its Sun it will detect the weakening of light. It is built by
the French agency CNES Corot stands for (convection, rotation,and
planetary transits) Very appropriate as to my post Bert+Sunbeam

You do a lot of acid in the 80's, Bert?

You do a lot of shrooms in the 70's, Bert?

You do a lot of MDA in the 60's, Bert?

You do a lot of sterno in the 50's, Bert?

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